Phil Lesh and Friends Live at Meadows Music Theater on 2001-07-21
Jam > Cosmic Charlie, Rainy Day Women # 12 & 35 tease * > Truckin' * > Cassidy *, Beautifully Broken > King Solomon's Marbles > Stronger Than Dirt, Doin' That Rag
Caution Jam > Dear Mr. Fantasy, St. Stephen > Eyes Of The World > St. Stephen > Help On The Way > Slipknot! > The Eleven > Slipknot! > Franklin's Tower
Built To Last
Collection PhilLeshandFriendsBand/Artist Phil Lesh and FriendsVenue Meadows Music TheaterLocation Hartford, CTSource 24 bit: AKG CK61-ULS/A61/C460B > AERCO MP-2 > Sony TCD-D10 ProIILineage DAT Master > Tascam DA-30 MKII > digital cable > M-Audio MicroTrack II > compact flash card > PC > WaveLab 5 > external hard drive > Lenovo IBM ThinkPad T60Taped by Ray AckermanTransferred by Ray Ackerman
Recordist : Ray Ackerman
Location : 4 rows behind the soundboard
Mic Config : 20 cm, 90º (DIN)
Source : AKG CK61-ULS/A61/C460B > AERCO MP-2 > Sony TCD-D10 ProII > DAT Master
Recorded Format : 16 bit, 48 kHz
Conversion : DAT Master > Tascam DA-30 MKII > digital cable > M-Audio MicroTrack II > compact flash card > PC > WaveLab 5 > external hard drive > Lenovo IBM ThinkPad T60
Editing : Steinberg WaveLab v5.01b (build 240), gain adjustments, 16 to 24 bit upsample
Final Format : 24 bit, 48 kHz
Tracking : CD Wave v1.93.3
Compression : FLAC v1.2.1, Trader's Little Helper v2.6.0 (Build 168), Level 8
DAT Master > Tascam DA-30 MKII > digital cable > M-Audio MicroTrack II > compact flash card > PC > WaveLab 5 > external hard drive, performed by Ray Ackerman.
The 16 to 24 bit upsample occurs during the rendering stage in WaveLab 5.
All subsequent DSP performed by Tim Burke (firstname.lastname@example.org), August 08, 2011.
Released into widespread circulation via the Live Music Archive on August 10, 2011.
* with Bob Weir on guitar and vocals
Rob Barraco - keyboards, vocals
Warren Haynes - electric guitar, vocals
Jimmy Herring - electric guitar
Phil Lesh - electric bass guitar, vocals
John Molo - drums
August 11, 2011
I'm not sure if you forgot but I already responded to your concern/comments regarding "why increase the bit depth" but here it is again.
"Your thinking is the generally accepted thought, and one I believed for sometime too. However, I found that by increasing the word length from 16 to 24 bits seemed to relax the overall sound of the recording. The instruments seemed just a bit more organic. On paper, the math and science would disagree but extended listening sessions have swayed me to converting all my past 16 bit masters to 24 bit. Maybe it is an interaction between the D to A converter reading the word length as 24 bit rather than 16 bit, I’m not sure. However, to my ears it sounds a bit better.
Anyway, it certainly does not damage the sound and will be how all my 16 bit recordings are made available. I recorded them, I feel they sound better at 24 bits and that’s how I want others to receive them."
So there you have it again. Please don't make this a repetative dialog. I hope that in spite of your concerns you enjoy the recordings. Tim is assisting me in a very big project and there will be much more to come.
August 11, 2011
Why change the bit rate on a 16bit dat? It doesn't add anything.
August 10, 2011
35 min. of Help/Slip/The 11/Franklin's the GD could never do that You need Warren/Jimmy too bad it wasn't Warren/Kimock.......